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Notes and Queries, July 31,1915. SUBJECT INDEX.


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Houghton (Sir Roger), mentioned in will, 1584,

Hour-glasses, cause of inaccuracy, 130

Houssaye on the Battle of Waterloo, 353

Hughes (H. Price) and Baron Plunket, 453

Huguenot marriage customs, 106

Hulme (W.), 1631-91, founder of Hulme Trust, 7

Human fat as a medicine, 35, 438

Humility Sunday, preachers' texts for, 250

Hunas of ' Widsith,' 143, 198

Hungary, the arms of, 379

Hunter (W. Orby), Etonian, 1761, 56

Huntsman, legend of the Wild Huntsman, 15

Hus (Jan), d. 1415, his literary activity, 470

Hutton (James) [and ' The Leader ' newspaper,

148

Hyde, J.P. for the Tower Hamlets, 1787. 493 Hyeres Old Cemetery, inscriptions in, 227 Hygrometer, reading of movable scale, 131 Hymns, for Easter Day, c. 1270, 335 ; for the

Lord's Supper, 1700, 335


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Ice, its use for domestic purposes, 270

" Ice Saints," English references to, 451

Iceland, snakes of , a " chapter " on, 249

Icelandic MSS. in a sale, 1788, 375

Ichabod as an exclamation, 110

Ikenilde Street, identification of, 281

Hive (Thomas), London printer, c. 1705, 49

Image of All Saints, form of, 300, 386, 456

" Immorigeris," meaning of the word, 361

Impey (Sir Elijah), his London home, 394

Inglesant, origin of the surname, 278

Inglis (Robert), his edition of Shakespeare, 1864,

188

Ink, recipe for a copying-pad, 88 Inscriptions: " Monumentum poni curavit," 53,

173 ; in the Ancien Cimetiere, Mentone, 85, 205 ;

at the Old Cemetery, Hyeres, 227 ; at Alassio,

Italy, 296 ; " Quis separabit meum atque tuum

pendente vita," 494

4 Intermediate,' notes from, 312, 392, 464, 481, 504 Inverness, bibliography of the town, 67 Ireland, petition about a schoolmaster, 376 Irish Annals, 1056-1636, 449 Irish counties and towns, bibliography of histories

of, 103, 183, 315

Irish fiction, ' Guide to,' 47, 68, 89, 107, 129, 149 Ironclad batteries, floating, 1855, 430, 482 Ironsicfes, Cromwell's, origin of the term, 181, 257,

304, 342, 383, 404, 419, 436 Isherwood (Thomas), Etonian, 1755, 56


" Jago," Shoreditch, descriptions of, 494

Jam, advertisement of, 1815, 300

James I., his bookbinder J. Bateman, 263 ;

animals kept by him, 1616, 376 James (David), marine painter, c. 1886, 402 James (G. P. R.), his ' Morley Ernstein,' 265 James (Montague), Etonian, 1758, 56 " Janus," the pseudonym of, 1869, 418, 497 Jay (Mr.), American Minister in London, 402 Jefferies (Judge), his " kindness " for a minister,

376

Jefferson (Sir J.), c. 1700, his descendants, 190 Jena, view of the town, 1629, 376 " Jew*" fashionable game, 1807, 473


JOM s : Eonamy of York, exiled 1293, 376 ;

Hebrew books in Ramsey Abbey Library, 376 ;

150 converts, temp. Henry III., 376 Johannes, " Brother Johannes," his prophecy,

1600, 94 Johnson (Samuel), poem attributed to, 72 ; Percy

Fitzgerald on, 188, 235 Jonah, " poisson de Jonas " in Wilson's ' French

Dictionary,' 189, 285, 348

Jones (S. S.), authoress, c. 1850, her identity, 402 Jonson (Ben), and Marston's ' Eastward Hoe,' 5 ;

his quotation from Pindar, 267 Josselyn family of Essex, 129 Judges addressed as " Your Lordship," 251, 303,

388 Junius Letters and Sir Philip Francis, 245


Kaiser, folk-lore about " seven sons," 469 ;

Thackeray's allusion to, 265, 358 Kay and Key families, 90, 127, 136, 176, 235 Kelso Abbey, prior of, c. 1790, 312, 481 Kennedy (Sir J.), his ' ^neas Britannicus,'

359

Kennel or cannel coal, toys made of, 1745, 472 Kentish tokens of 18th century, 18 Kettle (Tilly), portrait painter, d. near Aleppo,

1798, 249, 408

Key and Kay families, 90, 127, 136, 176, 235 " Key," " quay," pronunciation of, c. 1300, 90,

127 King (Dr. Edward), 1573-1638, his parents, 229,

305

King (" Jew "), his marriage with Lady Lanes- borough, 333, 378, 437 " Kingdom " of Fife, the designation, 11 Kipling (Rudyard), his " Seven Seas," 434,

502

Kirkman (J. T.), publisher, c. 1799, 380, 476 Knights of Malta, the flag of, 359, 439, 481 Knights Templars, alleged appropriation, 171, 217 Knipe (Robert), c. 1767, his marriage, 109, 173,

257, 325 Knowles (J. Sheridan), graduate of Aberdeen,

c. 1810, 431

Krupp factory in 1851, 72 " Kultur," meaning of the word, 54


La Rive (Lieut. J. R.), Royal Reg. Artillery,

retired 1819, 130 Lade (Sir John), c. 1750, "Mr. B ck," and

" Black D ," 32

Lady Chapel, described as Ladies' Choir, 338, 436 " Lady of the Lamp," Florence Nightingale's

name, 249, 405

Lambe (E.), his refusal of knighthood, 1635, 455 Lamoureux ( ), printer and engraver, Paris, 171 Lamport, Northants, the living in 1641, 376 Lancaster, maps of, prior to 1800, 69 Landmarks, vanishing, in London, 166, 490 Lane (Theophilus), Etonian, 1761, 9, 56 Lanesborough (Countess of), her marriage, 1779,

333, 378, 437

Languages : " Encomia " in twenty-three lan- guages, 1652, 376 ; number of, in the world, 376 Laon Cathedral in danger, 1915, 81